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brucemk999

LG TV 43LH5100: USB hub extension

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Hi all. This TV model only has 1 USB port so I was wondering if I could use an USB hub so I can connect multiple devices at the same time to the TV..if so, does it require separate power supply? has anyone tried it? Thanks.

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